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Wildlife & Wellbeing Picnic in the Park

When? 04 May 2019
Where? Weymouth

  • Wildlife & Wellbeing Picnic in the Park

Our wildlife event this year is going to be bigger and better.
It's a little disputed fact that nature, wildlife and the great outdoors can have a healing effect on both our bodies and minds.
Consequently this year we are combining with other agencies such as Stepping into Nature, Active Ageing and Live Well Dorset to create an all-round event.
Wildlife and well-being, nature and nurture, find out what the great outdoors can do for us and what we can do to help it. A chance to chat to those experts who care for our wildlife and advise us how we can help.
Or talk to those who can help you participate in free taster sessions of various activities, from pilates to orienteering, cooking healthy meals to simply chilling.
Join in the singing or listen to story telling and there’s so much more, something for everyone from tiny tots to us golden oldies to enjoy.
Want to just relax? That's fine, spread your picnic rug and open your hamper in our chill zone beneath our romantic, gnarled old weeping willows.
Free entry to event.
For further details contact us on radipoleparkandgardensfriends@gmail.com or check out details on our website https://radipoleparkandgardensfriends.wordpress.com

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